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What does it really mean to be ‘middle class’ in the U.S.?
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Connecticut’s most populous city, this former industrial center has seen extensive redevelopment in its downtown district and other neighborhoods.
Nicknamed “The Hat City” for its historical role in the hat industry, Danbury is also home to Candlewood Lake, Connecticut’s largest.
Consistently ranked among the best places to live in the country, Fairfield hosts the corporate headquarters of General Electric as well as Fairfield University.
Known for its high standard of living and proximity to New York City, Greenwich also has four beaches, including Greenwich Point Beach, situated on a peninsula in the Long Island Sound.
Located between Bridgeport and New Haven, Milford also includes the unincorporated communities of Woodmont and Devon.
Once famous for its oysters, Norwalk now boasts a world-class aquarium along with a number of historic homes and museums.
With the second largest financial district in the New York Metro area, Stamford is home one of the largest concentrations of Fortune 500 and Fortune 1000 Companies in the nation.
Situated along the scenic Housatonic River, Stratford has a storied history as a center for aviation.
Once renowned for its oysters, Westport is among the wealthiest towns in the nation and boasts some of the top public schools in the state.